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Awards Dedicated to Almighty God and my over-200 Mentors all over the world.

Adamolekun Jacob Ayomide is a native of Ayegbaju-Ekiti, he studied Accounting in the Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti and a Graduate of GIGMOF School of Mentoring (GSM).

Ayo Adamolekun is a Business Consultant, Finance and Cost Analyst, Realtor, Writer, Media Strategist, Youth Advocate, Concepts Developer, Kids Guardian, grassroots mobilizer, Student Leader, Ekiti State SDGs Goal 11 Advocate, RETARD Drug Advocate (RTA) and Serial Entrepreneur.

He appreciated God for giving him the opportunity to be counted worthy for the couple of awards he received from GIGMOF SCHOOL OF MENTORING, also the Director and Management of the Noble School for the impact they are making in the lives of the Youths and in making the world a better place for the people.

He also appreciated his Parents, Siblings, Friends and the entire Ayegbaju-Ekiti indigenes, mostly Mr. Blessing Amudipe (Director, Proudly Ayegbaju Movement), John Oluwafemi (Famous), Victoria Adamolekun, the President of Federation of Ayegbaju Student Union who happens to be the Deputy Governor of the GSM Graduands and also the SGDP Executives, Management and Associates Team for their supports always.

Further more, he said GIGMOF School of Mentoring to the glory of God birthed his NGO, Sustainable Grassroots Development Program (SGDP) since his encounter with the School and the NGO is among the leading NGOs in Ekiti State and Nigeria as a whole.
"Glory to God and GIGMOF School of Mentoring for bringing out the best from me, the School has given me the courage to sees charity and impacting other people's lives as the most important part of me" says Ayo Adamolekun.

He Congratulated his Mentor, the Director of GIGMOF School of Mentoring, Gbenga Emiloju and his family for this achievements and being a useful tool in the hand of God, prays that God in His infinite mercies will continue to strengthen him to do more exploits. He also congratulated his fellow Lecturers for giving their best in impacting the lives of the Graduands and for the Award of Leadership excellent they received.
He prays that GIGMOF School of Mentoring will not stop growing and that the certificate of the School will be recognized all over the world.

Ayo Adamolekun congratulated the 40-Students, Batch C 2021 Graduating Set of the School for their achievements and urged them never to faulter in impacting the lives of others wherever they finds themselves across the globe. He wished them well as they are being released to do exploits and make positive impacts in the outer world. He specially recognized the efforts of Friday Charity (Governor), Oyelade Adeola (Deputy Governor) and Godwin Monica (Welfare) towards the peaceful completion of their Program at GSM.
He also congratulated those Graduands that gracefully got Grants and prays for the achievements of their Personal Development Plans (PDP).

At the event, Peju Babafemi; the Head of Service in Ekiti, urged the graduating students of GIGMOF School of Mentoring (GSM) to reawaken the positive potential of youths in the society.

Babafemi gave the advice on Sunday 30th October, 2021 at the graduation ceremony of Batch C, 2021 set of students of the GIGMOF School of Mentoring at Shores Consult in Ado-Ekiti.

She also urged them to position themselves and impact positively in the lives of youths wherever they find themselves.

“I want to congratulate all the graduating students; as you are stepping out of the programme, I want to encourage you to position yourself to reawaken the meaningful potential of youths in our society.

“Your level of maturity and knowledge will be tested, but I want to encourage you to keep networking and keep in touch with your mentor to further widen your knowledge.

“I see you becoming great individuals in the future, who will change the country positively with your ideas and visions,” she said.

Babafemi commended the Founder of the school,  Gbenga Emiloju, for establishing the school to help people, especially youths, to become great personalities.

Also at the event, Prof. Femi Akinwumi, the Chairman of Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB) in Ekiti, also commended the founder of the school for his good vision to touch the lives of youths positively.

Akinwumi urged the graduands to utilise the knowledge they have acquired from the school and impact more lives of other youths in the country.

“I want to urge the graduands to follow the foot steps of the Director or Founder of the school, and utilise all the knowledge acquired from the school,” he said.

Akinwumi assured management of the school of his support to further assist youths to be successful in their future careers.

Similarly, Chief Biodun Akin-Fasae, the Chairman of Ekiti Social Investment Development Agency (EKSIDA), advised the graduands to be focussed and determined to be successful.

Akin-Fasae said that founder of the school had always remain focussed and determined to impact positively on lives of youths and vulnerable people in the society.

Also,  Tola Olayiwola, the Chairperson, Ekiti Community Health Practitioners, appreciated the efforts of Emiloju for his passion and commitment to youths development through the school.

Olayiwola advised the graduands to take after their mentors by reproducing more agents of positive changes to transform the country.

Earlier, Emiloju thanked God for the achievements he had recorded since the establishment of the school in 2019.

The school’s founder said he was motivated to establish the school to make positive impact on people’s lives and inspire them to discover and fulfill their potential and God-given purposes.

“I want to thank God for His blessings and divine help since I established the School of Mentoring.

“I expect the graduands to touch lives of other people positively to be a replica of myself, by touching lives, impacting their communities and transforming lives,” he said.

Emiloju assured the graduands that the school would soon become an institute and its certificate would be recognised within and outside Nigeria.

NAN reports that 40 students graduated from the school and Award of Excellence and Leadership Excellence was presented to the outstanding graduands by Head of Service and Akinwumi, respectively.

Finally, Ayo Adamolekun an Awardee and Lecturer of GIGMOF School of Mentoring returns all the glory to God Almighty for the opportunity and the grace bestowed being one of the Pioneer Students of the School of Mentoring, also as the Student with the Best Community Development Project so far and for the honour to be one of the Lecturers of the School.
He further dedicated his couple of Awards and Certificate to Almighty God and his over 200 Mentors all over the world.

Long Live Gbenga Emiloju!
Long Live GIGMOF School of Mentoring!
Long Live Nigeria!

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